Keep Your Mobile Devices Secure

Phone and Laptop

The average American spends 5.4 hours per day on their phone. From social media to an endless stream of emails, our nations reliance on mobile technology has proven to be the way of the future. But lets be clear – our shift in mobility has posed an unnoticeable threat. Mobile device security is something that […]

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4 Ways Managed Network Services Can Save Your Business

Business functions and networking

Businesses everywhere can attest to the fact that changes are constant in any organization. There are many changing variables that businesses must continuously adapt to. The workforce is changing, new challenges arise, or industry trends are heading in a new direction. Whatever the change may be, the IT department is usually involved in those conversations […]

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What To Do If You’re Still Operating On Windows 7

windows 7 headstone

It’s official, the End of Life of Microsoft Windows 7 support was January 14th, 2020. Either you’ve read about it, heard people talking about it, or maybe even your IT provider has mentioned it to you. But what does it really mean? What The End of Windows 7 Means When Microsoft ended support on products such […]

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Protecting your Online Presence

October is National Cybersecurity Month and the National Cyber Security Alliance 2019 campaign is to Own IT, Secure IT and Protect IT. Technology is present in every aspect of our lives.  Social Media, Smart Devices, computers at work, at home or at school and much more.  This makes understanding a Cybersecurity threat very important. Here […]

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Break/Fix IT – Was it really the good ole’ days?

  During the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s, the common model for IT support was to wait until something broke. You then called the expert to bail you out.  It felt like the right thing to do, both in efficiency and in cost.  But were we really providing the best service? If you’re old enough, […]

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Augmented and Virtual Reality in the Office: Where’s Dilbert when we need him the most?

No doubt you’ve seen the hilarious videos of people wearing Virtual Reality (or VR) headsets experiencing some kind of intense situation that only they can see.  Whether it’s on a virtual roller coaster, or they’re lost in Jurassic Park with a T-rex on their tails, it’s entertaining to watch their reactions to a world that […]

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What You Need To Know About the Capital One Data Breach

On July 19th, Capital One discovered that the company had a data breach.  The configuration vulnerability had corrected the problem and started working with Federal Law Enforcement.  The FBI arrested the person responsible.  What is known today is the following: Capital One believes that the breach exposed approximately 100 Million individuals in the US and […]

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Don’t take the bait this summer!

Summer is right around the corner in Michigan. After a long and seemingly endless winter, Michiganders are more than ready to pull out their swimsuits, sunscreen and beach towels. Many of them are rigging up their fishing poles and heading out to the big lake in search of the next big catch. While this form […]

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Are you prepared for a storm?

A Michigan winter brings a variety of storms; snow, ice and even a cyclone. To prepare for winter you may change your all-season tires to snow tires, pull out the shovel or snow blower, stay off the roads until they have been plowed and bundle up in tall boots and a heavy down winter jacket. […]

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Don’t Let An Attack Sideline Your Business

The word ransomware is more than a news slogan; it is the explanation of a technical threat that has affected thousands of organizations around the world and cost billions of dollars in damage. Ransomware is a theft of an organization’s data that is held hostage at a ransom, thus making it one of the most […]

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